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Coco Bodu Hithi announces Savour 2016 culinary event with Michelin Star Chefs

Coco Bodu Hithi (CBH) returns with Savour 2016, a sophisticated culinary experience that is fast becoming Coco Collections’ homage to fine dining in the Maldives. From 21st February to 4th March 2016, guests can experience the exclusive opportunity to indulge in award-winning creations with renowned chefs.

Leading this signature event are three celebrated personalities Coco Bodu Hithi is proud to welcome back. From France, Michelin starred chef Frédéric Doucet from Restaurant Frédéric Doucet, from the UK, Michelin starred chef Nigel Haworth from Northcote Restaurant in Lancashire, and Aktar Islam from Lasan Restaurant in Birmingham.  

A dedicated programme spread over two weeks will delight gourmets with 5 course dinners prepared exclusively by the chefs. While each chef brings a hint of nostalgia with regional tastes, at the core of each course are exquisite flavours and a unique sense of cooking. Similarly, masterclasses will enable guests to get up close and personal with all three chefs as they demonstrate how to re-create dishes from their menu for a light lunch. The wine tastings with an expert sommelier invites guests to explore the light flavours of Rosé with themed tastings such as ―Rosé Soirée. The team at Coco Bodu Hithi further enriches the programme with special demonstrations. While the head chef of Tsuki shares the impressive techniques behind Japanese cuisine, another chef teaches some tricks behind the skill of Wok cooking. With seafood barbecue nights on Breeze beach and extravagant buffets at Air restaurant, guests can expect two weeks of dining excellence at Coco Bodu Hithi.  

“Savour 2015 was an exceptionally successful experience among our guests and the 2016 chapter will gather likeminded culinary enthusiasts. CBH’s over-water restaurants, Stars and Aqua, will once again set the backdrop for many evenings of original creations. With Frédéric’s flavours from the Charolais countryside, Nigel’s rustic cooking laced with Lancashire tastes and Aktar’s unique South Asian twists, this is a rare imitate opportunity for our guests!” comments Georgios Papazoglou, General Manager at Coco Bodu Hithi.

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